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Why You Shouldn't Use an Evergreen Niche to Monetize.

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by Opinionated, Mar 28, 2017.

  1. Opinionated

    Opinionated Registered Member

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    Evergreen niches, easily available, good profit, never run out. Right?

    As Evergreen niches do have all these perks, they still have many cons.

    Evergreen niches over a long time only get as much attention as a temporary niche does in its publicity time.

    If you are using a website to monetize, use an Evergreen niche. If using anything else, use temporary.

    Sorry for the short post but I thought it was needed.

    I'll leave you off with my stats.

    Accounts growth: Evergreen vs. Temporary Niche

    Day 1

    Eg: 231
    Temp: 453

    Day 5

    Eg: 1652
    Temp: 2672

    Day 30

    Eg: 4362
    Temp: 11237

    Accounts were given the same amount of shoutouts on the same account, every other day one was posted first and they were left up the same amount of time.

    Evergreen account also got 70% less ad clicks per Followers ratio.
     
  2. evilbleach

    evilbleach Newbie

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    Your take is that using the evergreen is ONLY good for undefinite-duration (and maybe flipping) websites? Otherwise i didn't truly understand the point.
     
  3. Opinionated

    Opinionated Registered Member

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    Evergreen is good for starting but isn't s good idea to make your main source of income.
     
  4. SeoMoneyz

    SeoMoneyz BANNED BANNED

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    just wait a month or so and the " tempo " niche will die and the evergreen one will still be getting attention and followers.
     
  5. Opinionated

    Opinionated Registered Member

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    I usually switched niches on my accounts or sold them off when it died
     
  6. Holykruelty

    Holykruelty Junior Member

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    You are very opinionated. >.> I will say that it truly depends on the niche. Some perform better than others.
     
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  7. KHer0

    KHer0 Supreme Member

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    Emm, actually there are hundreds of variables I can think of.. Conversions has nothinwto do with the type of niche you are targeting

    However, If we are talking about SEO, then there is no comparison at all because ranking for something and making money of it for years to come is x1000 better than ranking for something that will work for next 3 - 6 months
     
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  8. bartosimpsonio

    bartosimpsonio Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Can't generalize based on this particular experience IMO.

    There are plenty of evergreen articles out there that make cash.

    If they monetized Wikipedia they'd surely make a bundle of money from ads, all evergreen content.
     
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  9. Opinionated

    Opinionated Registered Member

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    Why the fuck do you type like that